His scientific interests lie mostly in Seawater, Oceanography, Total organic carbon, Mineralogy and Scavenging. The Seawater study combines topics in areas such as Environmental chemistry and Surface water. His Deep sea, Thermohaline circulation and Holocene study, which is part of a larger body of work in Oceanography, is frequently linked to Pleistocene and Quaternary, bridging the gap between disciplines.
His Total organic carbon research integrates issues from Hydrology and Blank. His Arctic study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Dissolved organic carbon, Transect and Benthic zone. Many of his research projects under Water column are closely connected to Chemical oceanography with Chemical oceanography, tying the diverse disciplines of science together.
S.B. Moran spends much of his time researching Oceanography, Seawater, Scavenging, Total organic carbon and Arctic. His work in the fields of Oceanography, such as Water column, Plankton and North Atlantic Deep Water, intersects with other areas such as Advection and Photic zone. He has included themes like Environmental chemistry, Bottom water, Surface water and Mass spectrometry in his Seawater study.
His Scavenging research incorporates a variety of disciplines, including Flux and TRACER. The Sediment trap research S.B. Moran does as part of his general Total organic carbon study is frequently linked to other disciplines of science, such as Carbon cycle, therefore creating a link between diverse domains of science. S.B. Moran interconnects Sea ice, Geotraces, Ridge and Biogeochemistry in the investigation of issues within Arctic.
S.B. Moran mostly deals with Oceanography, Arctic, Water column, Sea ice and Geotraces. His study in Mineralogy extends to Oceanography with its themes. His study on Arctic dipole anomaly is often connected to Cultural heritage as part of broader study in Arctic.
His studies deal with areas such as Groundwater, Hydrology, Surface water and Submarine groundwater discharge as well as Water column. His work deals with themes such as Atmospheric sciences, Biogeochemical cycle and Deposition, which intersect with Seawater. His work on Picoplankton as part of general Phytoplankton study is frequently linked to Total organic carbon, Biology, Ocean gyre and Sediment trap, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of science.
Oceanography, Biological pump, Plankton, Sediment trap and Ocean gyre are his primary areas of study. His study in Oceanography concentrates on Accretion and Seawater. He has researched Accretion in several fields, including Estuary, Climate change and Salt marsh.
His Seawater study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Water column, Atmospheric sciences and Biogeochemical cycle. His Biogeochemical cycle research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Deep sea and Deposition. His Biological pump investigation overlaps with other disciplines such as Biology and Total organic carbon.
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Uranium and thorium isotopic and concentration measurements by magnetic sector inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry
Chuan Chou Shen;R. Lawrence Edwards;Hai Cheng;Jeffrey A. Dorale.
Chemical Geology (2002)
An assessment of particulate organic carbon to thorium-234 ratios in the ocean and their impact on the application of 234Th as a POC flux proxy
K.O. Buesseler;C.R. Benitez-Nelson;S.B. Moran;A. Burd.
Marine Chemistry (2006)
An intercomparison of cross-flow filtration techniques used for sampling marine colloids: Overview and organic carbon results
K.O. Buesseler;J.E. Bauer;R.F. Chen;T.I. Eglinton.
Marine Chemistry (1996)
Seasonal changes in groundwater input to a well‐mixed estuary estimated using radium isotopes and implications for coastal nutrient budgets
R. P. Kelly;S. B. Moran.
Limnology and Oceanography (2002)
An increasing CO2 sink in the Arctic Ocean due to sea‐ice loss
Nicholas R. Bates;S. Bradley Moran;Dennis A. Hansell;Jeremy T. Mathis.
Geophysical Research Letters (2006)
Measurement of attogram quantities of 231Pa in dissolved and particulate fractions of seawater by isotope dilution thermal ionization mass spectroscopy.
Chuan Chou Shen;Hai Cheng;R. Lawrence Edwards;S. Bradley Moran.
Analytical Chemistry (2003)
Thorium speciation in seawater
P.H. Santschi;J.W. Murray;M. Baskaran;C.R. Benitez-Nelson.
Marine Chemistry (2006)
Seasonal changes in POC export flux in the Chukchi Sea and implications for water column-benthic coupling in Arctic shelves
S.B. Moran;R.P. Kelly;K. Hagstrom;J.N. Smith.
Deep-sea Research Part Ii-topical Studies in Oceanography (2005)
Differences in seawater particulate organic carbon concentration in samples collected using small- and large-volume methods: the importance of DOC adsorption to the filter blank
S.B Moran;M.A Charette;S.M Pike;C.A Wicklund.
Marine Chemistry (1999)
234Th/238U disequilibrium in the central Arctic Ocean: implications for particulate organic carbon export
S.B. Moran;K.M. Ellis;J.N. Smith.
Deep-sea Research Part Ii-topical Studies in Oceanography (1997)
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